for, peaches, strawberries and raspberries. which experts say consistently have the highest levels of pesticides. but pesticide manufacturers responded by saying the common chemical used on produce, when used according to the label, the epa has determined it to be safe. still, this mother isn't taking any chances and plans to follow the old adage, you are what you eat. in this case, organic. andrea canning, abc news, new york. >> while for some of those smaller fruits it would obviously be more difficult, one of the tips, if you are nervous you can peel the fruit. whatever you are doing. in case there was some pesticide, you get it off. >> i know people who do that anyway. just in case there's something bad on there. there's more information about adhd also in the health section of abcnews.com. you can dial that up and check it out. coming up, returning to one of our top stories this morning, the super tuesday primary. >> how voter attitudes in a few states, including those of the tea party movement, could immediately influence politics.